Sunday May 19th, we continued exploring stories of the earliest church from the Book of Acts. We encounterd the apostle Peter and the Gentile centurion, Cornelius as they “took the Cup of Freedom!” Our scripture this week was another example of the “unhindered gospel,” as Peter comes to know the extravagant love of God that […]
As followers of Jesus in the 21st Century, sometimes it seems like Christianity – the Church – has given God a bad name. It is no wonder that so many have turned away, saying they are “spiritual, but not religious.” When faith leaders and organizations turn out whole communities, when they cover up abuse of children, and […]
Join Rev. Vickie Miller for the last Sunday of the liturgical calendar year. We will celebrate the Reign of Christ or Christ the King Sunday. In so many ways, we long for God’s sovereignty and dominion where peace and justice prevail and are called to participate in its’ accomplishment here and now.
Join Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson’s as she explores the topic of “Signs and Birthpangs.” As our church year begins to wind down, we hear these mysterious words of Jesus in Mark. Jesus is encouraging the disciples to look around them, to read “the signs of the times,” to see in the chaos of the world […]
“Care, Pray and Rejoice (CPR) Faith” Sunday | September 30 | 10 AM A faith community is called to Care, Pray and Rejoice (CPR). The Bible provides us with many examples of and instructions about praying for and supporting one another in our ups-and-downs of life. Let us be that kind of community! Readings― 11: […]
Reverend Dr. Nancy Wilson’s sermon focuses on a reading from the Wisdom of Solomon, in which Wisdom is personified, and given a mission: “In each generation, She passes into holy souls and makes them friends of God, and prophets.” Who is she speaking about? Could it be us? In our gospel reading, Jesus is telling […]